The Peugeot 104 is a supermini motor car designed by Paolo Martin and produced by the French car manufacturer Peugeot between 1972 and 1988. It was the first model produced at the company’s Mulhouse plant. It was also the first new Peugeot introduced since 1955 not to be available with a diesel option.
Launching as a 3 door coupe in 1974. The DVLA figures show that fewer than half a dozen are still registered on UK roads- making this Mandarin orange example a very rare model indeed. Fantastically original it was first registered in 1979 as a 1978 facelift model. The car has only had two owners from new- the first up until 2005, the second was the Stondon Museum collection. With UK V5 registration and an MoT until august, this little Peugeot comes complete with its original bill of sale, original sales brochure and spare keys.